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Visit the FARM Cafe & Duck Dance Farm, study pythons, & check out a communications app.
History is honored, brought to life, & inspiring research; & profiling a historic career.
A look at healing through music, research, service animals, & working on the family farm.
Outfitting homes for veterans, researching stars, making music, & preserving NC heritage.
Two unique artists & a community service group put their passions into practice.
Meet several North Carolinians making a difference in their communities.
From STEM to nature, history to heritage, how science & art are at work in our state.
We find inspiration in a unique business, a spring tradition, & two special people.
A family farm is making a name for themselves by raising rare & endangered ducks.
A former Duke Football player has developed an application for team communication.
L.I.F.T. nights help teach parents how to engage in their student’s learning process.
Ernie Myers talks about the NCSU "Cardiac Pack" team's 1983 NCAA title-winning season.
Singer John Lewis is energizing nursing homes & senior care facilities all over Charlotte.
Goat Lady Dairy is NC’s largest and oldest goat cheese creamery in the state.
Paws 4 People trains service dogs for children & veterans.
Two NC National Guard veterans continue to serve by working with Purple Heart Homes.